Located in Curwood Castle Park. This replica of a Norman chateau was built in 1922 and served as James Oliver Curwood's' writing studio until his death in 1927. Curwood Castle is now a museum and open to the public on Tuesday-Sunday, 1-5pm. The Castle is closed for the month of January.
Photo courtesy of Shiawassee County Convention and Visitors Bureau
Where else can you take a step back in time and visit the land of enchanted castles, stately Victorian homes and the largest steam locomotive engine in Michigan? There is a wide variety of attractions, events and cultural experiences to be enjoyed in the Shiawassee County area. Seasonal or year-round, entertaining or educational, indoor or outdoor - we have something for everyone!
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